IAT Overfalls Trail Opens In National Park

On July 14, officials with the IAT in Newfoundland Labrador, Parks Canada and Ocean Quest Adventures set out from the dock at Gros Morne National Park's Trout River Pond on the new zodiac shuttle service to the trailhead of the Overfalls Trail, located at the southeast end of the 15 kilometer (9 mile) long pond.  The trail was developed in 2010 by the IATNL in partnership with Park's Canada, while the shuttle and boat tour were contracted to Ocean Quest.

View of the 500ft high Overfalls waterfall from the Overfalls Trail

Joining IATNL Chairperson Paul Wylezol, Vice Chair Arne Helgeland, Finance Director Kevin Noseworthy and volunteer Brandie-Lyn Leafloor were Parks Canada Heritage Presentation Coordinator Kim Vokey, Trails Crew and Maintenance worker Bruce Gillam, Ocean Quest Gros Morne Manager Andrew Skanes and crew member Adam Gardner.

To learn more about the Overfalls Trail opening trek, go to the IATNL website.